Digital Signage Awards 2013 fill an international gap

The Digital Signage Awards are global in scope, filling a gap in the international recognition of DS and DOOH projects and campaigns, and aim to attract entries from companies all over the world

The dedicated Digital Signage Awards website ( opened for entries on June 1, 2012 with a celebration of the winners planned for London in March 2013.

The awards celebrate the use of digital signage and DOOH displays and advertising, with categories looking first at use across sectors as technical projects or as creative campaigns, and then across the skills within the industry: content, innovation, technology, interaction, 3D, etc. In all there will be 14 sector categories, 6 content/innovation categories, 6 company categories and an overall grand prix, covering every aspect of the industry.

The Awards are global in scope, filling a gap in the international recognition of DS and DOOH projects and campaigns, including mobile, and aim to attract entries from companies all over the world. Entries are expected from manufacturers, advertising and digital agencies, media specialists, outdoor advertising owners and contractors, mobile specialists, users (retail, finance, restaurants, transport and travel, education, etc), exhibition organisers and presenters and other venue operators. An entry fee is payable, though this can be reduced by registering on the website for free and receiving a voucher code to give a 10% discount. The closing date for the 2013 Awards is October 31, 2012 and judging will take place during December and January.

The trophies will be known as the DOOHDAS - short for Digital Out Of Home Displays Advertising and Signage. - and, the nickname, together with the name and graphic identity for the Awards, form a registered trademark.

About the Awards:

The Digital Signage Awards are impartial, independent and objective and their aim is to seek out examples of the world's most excellent digital screen media projects, creativity, content and technology and to reward them publicly in print, online and at an annual event. The fluid, contra-currented changeability of this industry prompted the soft launch of the Digital Signage Awards in 2011. A look around the Awards website provides a full list of the categories, the advice on entries and the entry form itself. The closing date is October 31, 2012, so there is plenty of time to evaluate the products, projects or campaigns to enter.

Only the international Digital Signage Awards focus specifically on the digital signage and DOOH world as it fast-forwards to a fantastic future.

It has been proved over and over again that the companies that win awards are the companies that win new business and, in these turbulent economic times, any measurable or predictable form of promotion, such as being named a Digital Signage Awards' finalist, is extremely valuable.

The ultimate goal will be to win the highest of the DOOHDAS - the Digital Signage Awards grand prix - the top accolade for the category winner that the judges believe is the best of all the other winners.

The rapid and successful take-up of digital signage, digital screen media and DOOH technology to promote and sell is reflected in the categories that make up the international Digital Signage Awards: 14 categories will look for outstanding campaigns, screen placements, technical innovation, etc, by sector; 6 categories will reward the best examples of channels to market, campaigns and content, interactivity, innovation in technical equipment, network service, software and customer experience, and 6 categories will celebrate the best companies from advertising agencies and other content providers to

Entering the Digital Signage Awards, being judged by experts, being commended or winning, will bring real benefits to each entering company in the form of valuable PR, further enhancing their company's standing in a competitive business world. Entry to the Digital Signage Awards is online and experts will judge them online, too.

Key dates for the 2013 Awards
June 1: website entry form activated (Google Wallet for payment of entry fees)
October 1: judging panel selected
October 31: closing date for entries
November 30: entry processing complete and judging commences
January: judging concludes
Mid-late January: short-list of finalists published
Late March: awards presentation.
April/May: promotion of winners and 2014 pre-launch campaign

Entries will be collated during November and judged during December and January, with the short-list of finalists announced in mid-late January. Full details on the event planned to celebrate the winners, high commendations and finalists will be published on the official website as soon as they are complete.

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Digital Signage Awards
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